Cinnamon Banana Cake
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Cinnamon Banana Cake

I recently bought too many bananas at the market and being a person who doesn't like over-ripe bananas, I just left it sitting in the fruit bowl while I opted for the not-so-ripe ones. I love bananas as long as they are NOT mushy! K thought I was wasting fruit so I decided to make something out of it... Banana Fritters was my first thought but I decided to bake a cake - its been ages since I made one ... So banana cake it was for afternoon tea
Super easy to put this together, you just need to have the patience to wait for 45mins or so to come out and then man it is AMAZING!
I love the crunch of the nuts, and the melted chocolate chips is just amazing ... If you don't like cinnamon, the flavour doesn't come out strong
Definitely an easy cake that you can whip up real fast and folks will be extremely impressed and will want to eat more than a slice! :)

Beula Pandian Thomas

Ingredients

  1. 2 bananas Ripe , mashed
  2. 1 cup butter softened
  3. 1 cup white sugar
  4. 2 eggs
  5. 1 tsp vanilla
  6. 2 tsps baking soda baking powder each and
  7. 3 cups flour
  8. 1 cup yogurt of plain
  9. Pinch salt of
  10. Filling (Yes there is a delicious filling!)
  11. 1 cup chocolate chips / buttons
  12. 1 cup nuts almonds walnuts - I went with slivered and chopped wal
  13. 1 tbsp cinnamon
  14. 1/3 cup brown sugar

Method

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    Preheat the oven to 200C

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    Take two bowls. In one mix all the filling ingredients. In the other, first blend the mashed bananas, eggs, butter, sugar, vanilla together and then add the baking soda, baking powder, flour, yogurt and salt

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    Pour half of the batter into a baking tray. Add some of the filling. Then the batter again, and finish it off by adding the rest of the filling

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    I baked it for 45-60mins. I didn't really check the exact time... But it definitely atleast 45mins!

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    Test with a toothpick, if it comes out clean, its done

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    Serve this for afternoon tea with a cuppa, people will love you for life!

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